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Get Lost

Get Lost – in the Stine Goya Pre-Fall 19 Collection; wander the roads less travel but leave a trail behind to know your way home. The collection inspired by the “Map Piece” by Yoko Ono encourages an exploration into the unknown and alludes to the journey that lies ahead.

“We are excited to present a collection that reflects the moment we are in as a brand and draws on elements from our DNA. It unites our past with the present and sets the tone for our new direction, as an international brand with Scandinavian roots.”

A heritage vein runs throughout the collection, with references to the city of Copenhagen where the Stine Goya adventure began.

This can be seen in the colour palette that mirrors the city scape, and in prints inspired by vintages maps of Copenhagen.

The silhouettes are at ease, like the summer days the lie ahead. Printed floral jacquards and a dust of glitter have made its way into the ready to wear, adding a touch of understated occasion to the daily wardrobe. While colourful knits are perfectly paired with light summer dresses for trans-seasonal weather.

A play on perspective forms the print picture, which consist of landscapes seen from an aerial view alongside vintage maps. While the floral prints are reminiscent of the untouched and unexplored; the flora of open fields and pastures.

Bright colours and pastel hues clash on the palette, where bold meets calm, and adventure meets tranquility. The colours of summer are faded and paired with a crisp and bright autumnal streak.

“Get Lost” is an exploration of the Goya universe in its current position; the readiness to discover the unknown, while being a brand soundly anchored in a strong history and DNA.

The collection will be available in store and online from mid-April.